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Program Folio SEPT. 28 -OCT. 11, 1964 Vol. 5, No. 17 

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MONDAY, September 28 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Bloch's Violin Concerto 
and Poulenc's Sextet for Piano and Winds. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 BACH INVENTIONS The two and three part in- 
ventions and sinfonias are performed, in a new 
release, by pianist Glenn Gould (Col ML 6022). 
Oct. 7 

9:15 THE GOON SHOW The Secret Escritoire Sept. 25 

9:45 CYBERNETICS AND SOCIAL CRISIS Social Con- 
trol in an Automated Age This, the final program 
in this series, deals with that topic via a panel led 
by Chris Koch and Alice Mary Hilton. Sept. 27 

10:45 THE MENGELBERG ERA XII Twelfth in a series of 
fourteen programs. The Dutchman conducts Am- 
sterdam's Concertgebouw in Brahms' Second Sym- 
phony. William Malloch explains why we are us- 
ing the Capitol remastering which is no longer 
available (KPFK). Sept. 26 

11:35 THE GRASS BLADE JUNGLE Grasshoppers An 

other in this BBC series on insects. Sept. 26 

12:05 'SONATAS BY ZELENKA Three Sonatas for Two 
Oboes, Bassoon and Continuo (1723W). For de- 
tails, see Oct. 10 

1:00 DOCTOR THORNE Part four of the serialized 
novel by Anthony Trollope. To continue weekdays 
at this time (BBC) . 

1 :30 THE SCIENCE CRITIC Gardening without Poisons 

discussed by Dr. Marshall Deutsch. Sept. 25 

2:00 CHAPEL ROYAL — I The first of thirteen pro 
grams of church music by early English composers 
who were members of the Chapel Royal. The 
series was devised for the BBC by musicologist 
Denis Stevens. This program presents four vocal 
works and two organ solos of William Byrd, per- 
formed by the Schola Polyphonica under the di- 
rection of Henry Washington, with organist Ralph 
Downes. The recording was made at The Queen's 
Chapel of the Savoy, in London. Sept. 29 

2:30 WIGAN TO ROME A holiday coach tour from 
Lancashire to the Continent (BBC) . Oct. 3 

3:30 NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY CONCERT A 

concert of songs set to poems by Goethe, by 
Verdi, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven, 
Grieg, Tchaikovsky, Schumann, Wolf, Loewe, and 



Franz, all performed by students of the Conserva- 
tory. Sept. 26 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 

5:45 JAZZ ARCHIVES Phil Elwood 

6:15 ON THE SERIOUS SIDE Two intense chromatic 
works by composers usually known for their lighter 
essays in Americana. Sept. 30 
ELIE SIEGMEISTER Symphony No. 3 (1957) (Oslo 

Phil/Siegmeister) (CRI 185) 19m 
MORTON GOULD Jekyll and Hyde Variations 
(National Sym/Mitchell) (Vic LM 2264) 23m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS Mandel After a 
long absence from WBAI, William Mandel, a 
translator from the Soviet Press, author of several 
books on the Soviet Union, and a long-time Paci- 
fica broadcaster, returns to alternate with Bob 
Potts in reivewing the Soviet Press. Sept. 29 

7:30 A MAN IS NOT A THING Authority Fifth in a 
series of nine interviews with Erich Fromm con- 
cerning the work of Sigmund Freud. Sept. 30 

8:00 *A RENAISSANCE — BAROQUE CONCERT The 

Trio Flauto Dolce and tenor Robert White are 
heard in this new release — the group's recording 
debut. Sept. 30 
Music at the Court of King Henry VI I : 

FEVIN Fors solemant (inst) 

CORNYSH Adieu mes amours (tenor and inst) 

HENRY VIM Consort V 

ANON Si fortune (tenor and inst) 
Jacobean Fantasias: 

LUPO Fantasia in D ; Fantasia in Bb 

GIBBONS Fantasia in d 
Kleine Geistliche Konzerte (tenor, harpsichord, 

bassoon) : 

SCHUTZ Bringt her dem Herren,- O susser, O 
freundlicher 
Elizabethan Ayres (tenor and harpsichord) : 

DOWLAND Sorrow, stay 

CAMPIAN Never weather-beaten saile 

ANON Have you seen but a white lily grow 

MORLEY O Mistress mine 

BOISMORTIER Sonata in e for soprano re- 
corder, bassoon and continuo 

CAMPRA Domine, Dominus Noster (chamber 

cantata) 

(Robert White, tenor; Martha Bixler, recorders,- 

Eric Leber, recorders, harpsichord; Morris New- 
man, recorders, bassoon on TFD1) 




most warmly invites you to 



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Benefit 



Wednesday Evening, November 11, 1964 

8.00 p.m. 

Grand Ballroom, The Hotel Biltmore 

A MUSICAL AND SOCIAL EVENING 

in three parts 

Reception: 8:00 p.m. — Concert: 8:45 p.m. 

— Reception: until midnight 



The literati of Europe gather in ele- We invite you to attend such an eve- 

gant salons to enjoy the world's best ning. The program will be good. The 

chamber music. They couple this music setting will be grand. The cause is 

with lively parties. The result is an deserving, 
evening, little known — until now — in 
America. 




Trio Flauto Dolce 



The Lenox Quartet 



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8:50 HE WAS A MAN OF PRINCIPLE A sheaf of news- 
clippings on events in the United States after a 
military coup by General Edwin A. Walker. The 
satire appeared in the December, 1961, issue of 
the New Republic, but remains frighteningly con- 
temporary. Produced by Chris Koch (Archives). 
Oct. 4 
9:05 DIALOGUES Marvin Hayes reads 'Destination 
K.C.,' by Tony Scott, 'Why You Reckon,' and 
Thank You,' by Langston Hughes, and excerpts 
from Ralph Ellison's The Invisible Man. Sept. 29 
9:45 CULTURE IN YUGOSLAVIA Radio and TV Colin 
Edwards continues his talk with Stevan Majstoro- 
vich (KPFA). Sept. 29 

10:05 MISCELLANY 

10:15 THE LONELINESS OF THE MISSILE ATTENDANT 
An article by Murray Morgan from Esquire Maga- 
zine which details the chilling routine of two mis- 
sile attendants. Read by Norman Delkin (KPFK) . 
Oct. 1 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 NUCLEAR DISASTER Dr. Tom Stonier, author of 
Nuclear Disaster (Meridian), and Chris Koch dis- 
cuss social and economic consequences of a nuc- 
lear attack. Oct. 3 

11:30 SERKIN/BUDAPEST A new release celebrating 
the merging of Rudolph Serkin and the Budapest 
Quartet in a performance of Brahms' Piano 
Quintet in F minor, Op. 34, on Columbia ML 6031. 

12:15 ELECTRONIC MUSIC by Bulent Arel, realized at 
Columbia-Princeton Music Center (Son Nova 3). 
Electronic Music No 1 (1960) 9m 
Prelude and Postlude from 'Music for a Sacred 
Service' (1961) 6m 

12:30 COUNTRY MUSIC WBAI's Chief Engineer Tom 
Whitmore, plays Southern, bluegrass and 'hill- 
billy' music. Sept. 29 
1:00 SIGN-OFF 



TUESDAY, September 29 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT A Sonata for ensemble by 
Georg Muffat, Britten's Holderlin Fragments for 
tenor and piano, and Milhaud's First Symphony. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 *VIVALDI CONCERTOS A bouquet of assorted 
concerti for one, two and three violins, piccolo, 
and two guitars — all on new releases. Details on 
Oct. 8 

9:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS Mandel Sept. 28 

9:30 WAY BEYOND THE WEST The Art of Psycho- 
analysis III by Alan Watts. Sept. 26 

10:00 CHAPEL ROYAL — I Six selections from the sac- 
red music of William Byrd and the first of thirteen 
programs. See details on Sept. 28 

10:30 HIGHLANDER A documentary on the history of 
Highlander Folk School, an integrated experiment. 
Sept. 27 

12:10 SAXOPHONE AND STRINGS 20th century Saxo- 
phone Quintets by Leon Stein and Edvard Moritz. 
Details on Oct. 11 

1 :00 DOCTOR THORNE Part five. 

1:30 COUNTRY MUSIC with Tom Whitmore. Sept. 28 

2:00 DIALOGUES Marvin Hayes reads from Scott, 
Hughes and Ellison. Sept. 28 

2:40 CULTURE IN YUGOSLAVIA Radio and Televi- 
sion. Sept. 28 



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3:00 WHEN CULTURES MEET Iran, The Bridge Be- 
tween Europe and Asia A new series from the BBC 
on the influence and contact of different cultures. 
Oct. 6 

3:15 SIBELIUS FESTIVAL 1964 This final concert in the 
series is by L'Orchestre National de la RTF, con- 
ducted by Charles Munch. Sept. 27 
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 4 
HONEGGER Symphony No. 5 

SIBELIUS The Swan of Tuonela; The Return of 
Lemminkainen 

4:15 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC John Amis talks to 
Leopold Stokowski. Oct. 4 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 

5:45 GOLDEN VOICES Anthony Boucher 

6:15 GOLDMARK'S RUSTIC WEDDING SYMPHONY, 
Op. 26, in a performance by the Utah Symphony 
under Maurice Abravanel on Vanguard VRS 1104. 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 KING-HALL LONDON LETTER Fourth in a series 
of reports and analyses from London, prepared 
especially for Pacifica Radio by Commander Sir 
Stephen King-Hall. Sept. 30 

7:30 REMEMBER RADIO: One The first in a series of 
programs with excerpts from the history of radio. 
Tonight, the Happiness Boys, Don McNeil and 
Fred Allen, Singing Sam, Baron Munchausen, and 
Al Jolson. Produced by Leslie Darren at WGBH in 
Boston. Oct. 1 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller is in the year 1935. Oct. 2 
STRAVINSKY Jeu de Cartes 
ORFF Carmina Burana 
VARESE Density 21 .5 
9:00 MISCELLANY 

9:15 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs of 
immediacy which arrive too late for regular list- 
ing in the Folio. Oct. 2 
10:15 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN The 
first episode in Gamma's campaign for the Presi- 
dency 'The First Bachelor.' Oct. 2 
10:30 PAPERBACKS Reviews of recent issues. Sept. 30 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11 :00 STOCKHOLM FESTIVAL 1964 — VI The fourth pro- 
gram of this year's Stockholm Festival is a per- 



formance of Verdi's Requiem, which took place on 
June 5th. The soloists are Birgit Nilsson, soprano,- 
Charles Craig, tenor; Kerstin Meyer, contralto, 
and Kim Borg, bass. The Branko Krsmanovich 
Chorus from Yugoslavia and the Swedish Radio 
Symphony Orchestra are conducted by Sixten 
Ehrling. 
12:30 GEORGE ORWELL A portrait of the author, 
drawn from the reminiscences of his friends and 
acquaintances (BBC). Sept. 30 
1:00 SIGN-OFF 



WEDNESDAY, September 30 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT: Overture in D by J. B. 
Bach, Enrique Granados' Escenas Romanticas, and 
Hoffmann's Mandolin Concerto. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 ON THE SERIOUS SIDE Two intense chromatic 
works by Elie Siegmeister and Morton Gould — 
composers usually known for their lighter essays 
in Americana. Details on Sept. 28 

9:00 KING-HALL LONDON LETTER Sir Stephen King- 
Hall. Sept 29 

9:15 STRAUSS FESTIVAL Dr. A. F. R. Lawrence intro- 
duces Capriccio. Wolfgang Sawallisch directs the 
Philharmonia Orchestra of Vienna. Among the 
soloists are Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Dietrich 
Fischer-Dieskau, Eberhard Wachter, Nicolai 
Gedda, Hans Hotter and Christa Ludwig (Ang 
3580) . Sept. 27 

11 :35 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvary talks with Roman 
Vlad, artistic director of the Maggio Musicale 
Fiorentino, who discusses the 'Leitmotiv expres- 
sionism' to which the last festival was dedicated. 
Sept. 27 

12:20 GEORGE ORWELL A portrait of the author, com- 
piled by Rayner Heppenstall (BBC) . Sept. 29 

:50 MISCELLANY 

:00 DOCTOR THORNE Episode six. 

:30 A MAN IS NOT A THING Authority Erich Fromm. 
Sept. 28 

:00 PAPERBACKS Reviews of recent issues. Sept. 29 

:20 *A RENAISSANCE-BAROQUE CONCERT The 

Trio Flauto Dolce and tenor Robert White are 
heard in this new release — the group's recording 
debut. For a listing of the many works performed, 
see Sept. 28 
:15 THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF DR. FAUSTUS by 
Christopher Marlowe A BBC World Theatre Pro- 
duction, starring Stephen Murray, Esme Percy, 
and Baliol Holoway. Produced by Michael Bake- 
well. Sept. 26 

:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 

:45 STOCKHAUSEN MUSIC Two percussion pieces 
(Zyklus and Refrain) and one electronic one 
(Kontakte). Details Oct. 3 

:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Betty Pilkington 
analyzes some turns in U.N. affairs usually ig- 
nored by the mass media. Oct. 1 

:30 THEATRE REVIEW Isaiah Sheffer. Oct. 1 

:45 THE WORLD OF MUSICAL COMEDY Stanley 
Green with another in his series of interviews 
with Broadway lyricists and composers. Oct. 1 

=45 BELGIAN FESTIVALS 1963 Liege. Felix de Nobel 
directs the Netherlands Chamber Choir and 
Helmuth Walcha is the organ soloist. Oct. 2 
MONTEVERDI Adoramus 



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BACH Fantasia and Fugue in d; Toccata and 
Fugue in d 
9:15 A SHOW OF FORCE Initiating a new, hard- 
hitting series dedicated to broadcasting against 
the public interest, with Rich'd C. Neuweiler and 
Bill Alton (who achieved international fame, 
along with Severn Darden, in WBAI's The Big 
Tune-Out). Sept. 27 
10:15 AARON KRAMER: Negro Themes Aaron Kramer 
reads poems on Negro themes from two of his 
books. Denmark Vesey and The Bell and The 
Light. Sept. 27 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11:00 STOCKHOLM FESTIVAL 1964 An all Beethoven 
program is the sixth in a series from this year's 
music festival in Stockholm. The music includes 
the Egmont Overture and the Symphony No. 3 in 
E Flat played by the Swedish Radio Orchestra 
under the direction of Eugen Jochum, and the 
Violin Concerto in D, with soloist Arthur Grumiaux. 
Oct. 1 
1:00 SIGN-OFF 

THURSDAY, October 1 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Prokofiev's 7th Piano 
Sonata played by Richter, a concerto for re- 
corder and gamba by Telemann, and Stravinsky's 
ballet Agon. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 KIRKPATRICK PLAYS MOZART The Fantasy and 
Fugue in C, K.394. Details on Oct. 2 

8:25 *SACRED MUSIC Masses by Victoria and Liszt 
both on new releases. Details on Oct. 2 

9:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Betty Pilkington. 
Sept. 30 

9:30 THE WORLD OF MUSICAL COMEDY with Stan- 
ley Green. Sept. 30 
10:30 BACK FROM THE CORPS Sue Sadow, the Peace 
Corps' oldest returnee, talks with Joan Mclntyre 
about her work in Africa and the life she began 
at 65 (KPFA). Oct. 3 
11:00 VIOLIN, PIANO AND PERCUSSION Works by 
Henry Cowell and Ralph Shapey. Details, Oct. 4 
11 :35 *SONGS BY VERDI Orchestrated and conducted 
by Rene Leibowitz and performed by soprano 
Licia Albanese and the RCA Italiana Orchestra 
on a new release (Vic LM 2753) . 
12:00 THE ONE DOLLAR FORGERY The story of the 
Old Eight-Eighty, the counterfeiter, by J. Mac- 
Laren-Ross, based on the New Yorker articles by 
St. Clair McKelway (BBC) . Oct. 8 

1:00 DOCTOR THORNE Episode seven. 

1:30 THE LONELINESS OF THE MISSILE ATTENDANT 
A study of the routine of two missile attendants. 
Sept. 28 

2:00 STOCKHOLM FESTIVAL 1964 An all-Beethoven 
program including the Egmont Overture, Eroica 
Symphony and Violin Concerto in D, the latter 
featuring violinist Arthur Grumiaux. For more 
details, see Sept. 30 

4:00 THEATRE REVIEW Isaiah Sheffer. Sept. 30 
4:15 REMEMBER RADIO: One The first program in 
this series of excerpts from radio performers and 
shows. Complete details on Sept. 29 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 



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some highlights in 

MUSIC 

CARL MATTHES IN RECITAL 

8:05 p.m., Oct. 11 

STOCKHOLM FESTIVAL 

11:00 p.m., Sept. 29 
11:00 p.m., Sept. 30 

BELGIAN FESTIVAL 

8:45 p.m., Sept. 30 
8:45 p.m., Oct. 8 

KARL HEINZ STOCKHAUSEN LECTURE 

9:40 p.m., Oct. 11 

NEW ENGLAND CONCERTS 

Saturdays at 9:00 p.m. 

PRAGUE FESTIVAL 

7:45 p.m., Oct. 4 
11:00 p.m., Oct. 7 

ONDINE Japanese Music & Drama 

8:00 p.m., Oct. 5 

MUSIC BY LEIF SEGERSTAM 

5:40 p.m., Oct. 3 

Operas 
Moussorgsky's BORIS GODUNOV 

1 :45 p.m., Oct. 4 

Strauss's THE LOVE OF DANAE 

1:45 p.m., Oct. 11 

CONCERT WORLD III 

9:25 p.m., Oct. 9 



5:45 THE VAST WASTELAND Harpist Nicanor Zaba- 
leta plays a concerto by Carl Reinecke. Details, 
Oct. 3 

6:10 *WAGNER, SCHUMANN AND MAHLER Three 
vocal-orchestral works, the Schumann in a first 
recording, with contralto Maura Moreira and the 
Innsbruck Symphony Orchestra and Chorus under 
Robert Wagner. For details, see Oct. 4 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Dr. Herbert Hendin, 
author of Suicide and Scandinavia (pub. by Grune 
and Stratton) looks at the suicide rates in the 
several Scandinavian countries and analyzes such 
factors as socialism, sex patterns, and child- 
rearing in determining these rates. Oct. 2 

8:00 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSCAR: Part I 

The first of a two-part recording of the widely 
praised and popular Dublin-Gate Theatre Produc- 
tion of 'an Entertainment on the Life and Works 
of Oscar Wilde' (Columbia Records OL 5690). 
Directed by Hilton Edwards, with Michael Mac- 



Liammoir in the title role. Part two will be heard 
at 8:00 p.m., Oct. 8. Oct. 10 

8:45 BACH'S GOLDBERG VARIATIONS performed 
by pianist Bernard Gabriel in a private record- 
ing. Oct. 11 

9:15 MISCELLANY 

9:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Mahagonny III The third 
installment of the Brecht-Weill opera in the pro- 
duction recorded by Columbia Records with the 
North German Radio Chorus and Orchestra con- 
ducted by Wilhelm Bruckner-Ruggeberg and star- 
ring Lotte Lenya. Accompanying the presentation 
is a reading of the English translation of the 
libretto by Maurice Edwards. Oct. 2 

10:15 DOWAGER LADY READING, widow of Lord 
Reading, discusses the Women's Voluntary Serv- 
ice, an organization which she founded and has 
headed for twenty-six years. Oct. 2 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 STRAVINSKY'S SOLDIER'S TALE Histoire du 
Soldat complete, with Melvyn Douglas, narrator; 
James Mitchell as The Soldier, and Alvin Epstein 
as The Devil and members of the Kapp Sinfonietta 
under Emanuel Vardi. The work is preceded by 
Stravinsky's 'Ragtime for Eleven Instruments', a 
piece of the same vintage. Oct. 6 

12:00 SHORT STORIES from the BBC The Gleam of 
his Wing," by Bruce Stewart. 

12:15 STAN BRAKHAGE AND PROCESS Mr. Brakhage, 
a leading American experimental film maker, 
discusses his concept of this medium with Jack 
Hirschman (KPFK). Oct. 2 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 



FRIDAY, October 2 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT: Five Pieces by Rameau 
played by harpsichordist Albert Fuller; Gounod's 
Second Symphony; and Charles Ives' 'Three Page 
Sonata.' 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION 

Gunther Schuller is in the year 1935. Sept. 29 
STRAVINSKY Jeu de Cartes 
ORFF Carmina Burana 
VARESE Density 21.5 

9:15 MISCELLANY 

9:30 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs of 
immediacy. Sept. 29 

10:30 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Dr. Herbert Hendin. 
Oct. 1 

11:15 EASTERN-WESTERN MUSIC Works by Harrison, 
Hovhaness and Cowell, three composers inter- 
ested in amalgamating Eastern musical ideas and 
Western methods. For details, see Oct. 10 

12:15 STAN BRAKHAGE AND PROCESS The experi- 
mental film maker is interviewed by Jack Hirsch- 
man. Oct. 1 

1:00 DOCTOR THORNE Episode eight. 

1:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Mahagonny III intro- 
duced by Eric Bentley. Complete details on 
Oct. 1 

2:15 CHAPEL ROYAL — II Six selections from the 
church music of John Blow. Details, Oct. 4 

2:45 DOWAGER LADY READING discusses the Wom- 
en's Voluntary Service. Oct. 1 



3:15 THE AIR ADVENTURES Talks by pioneers in the 

field (BBC). Oct. 10 
3:45 THE JUILLIARD QUARTET plays works by Berg 

and Valen. Details, Oct. 7 

4:30 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

Sept. 29 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 

5.45 KIRKPATRICK PLAYS MOZART The Fantasy and 
Fugue in C, K. 394, in a performance by Ralph 
Kirkpatrick (BRS 912). Oct. 1 

5:55 *SACRED MUSIC Two Masses, both on new 

releases. Oct. 1 

VICTORIA Missa Alma Redemptoris (Montreal 
Bach Choir/Little) (Vox STDL 501.090) 17m 

LISZT Missa Choralis (Thomann, soprano; Jchn, 
mezzo-soprano; Wing, tenor; Kawamura, bari- 
tone,- Muchsbaum, bass with Vienna Kammer- 
chor/Gillesberger) (Vox STDL 501.040) 31m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 SPECIAL REPORT 

7:30 THE GOON SHOW The Jet-Propellant Guided 
Naafi ' . . . Why is Naafi secretly sending tea, 
meant for the British troops, to Malaya?' Oct. 5 

8:00 Rachel Carson: A MEMORIAL APPRECIATION 

A documentary appreciation by the late biologist 
and author of The Sea Around Us, Silent Spring, 
and other books (KPFA) . Oct. 4 

8:45 BRITTEN ON BRIDGE Frank Bridges theme 
"Three Idylls' is followed by his pupil Benjamin 
Britten's 'Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge', 
with commentary by William Malloch. Oct. 5 

9:30 HIATUS A space left open for unscheduled 
programs and last minute arrivals in the realm 
of literature and drama. 

10:15 NUTRITION Part two of the critical look at the 
new recommended dieting allowances by Dr. 
Marshall Deutsch. Oct. 5 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC features seldom played 
pieces of music and commentary by Leonard 
Altman. Oct. 4 

12:00 BLACK MASS The Death of Halpin Frayser by 

Ambrose Bierce. Performed by Erik Bauersfeld, 
Pat Franklyn, Bernard Mays. Adapted by Mr. 
Bauersfeld, with music by Peter Winkler and 
technical production by John Whiting (KPFA) . 

12:30 BELGIAN FESTIVALS, 1963 Liege Monteverdi's 
Adoramus and two organ works by Bach. Details, 
Sept. 30 

1:00 MUSIC FOR THE LATE-NIGHT LISTENER To- 
night's program includes a performance of the 
Dvorak Symphony No. 6 (or 1, AMAK) in D, Op. 
60, with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra under 
the direction of Vaclav Talich (Vic DM 874) . 

3:30 SIGN-OFF 



SATURDAY, October 3 

:00 THE VAST WASTELAND of music for harp is 
graced, among other things, by Carl Reinecke's 
Opus 182, a Harp Concerto in E minor. It is per- 
formed by soloist Nicanor Zabaleta and the 
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under Ernst Marz- 
endorfer (DG LPM 18853) . Oct. 1 

:25 THE UNASHAMED ACCOMPANIST Gerald 
Moore expounds the art of musical accompani- 
ment with examples demonstrating some of its 



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subtleties and some inimitable anecdotes (Angel 
35262) . Oct. 6 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 
10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty 
10:45 STOCKHAUSEN MUSIC Two percussion works, 
one electronic one. Sept. 30 

Zyklus, for one percussionist (1959) (Caskel) 12m 
Refrain, for three performers (1959) (Aloys Kon- 
tarsky, piano and woodblocks,- Bernhard Kon- 
tarsky, celeste and antigue cymbals,- Christoph 
Caskel, vibraphone, cowbells and glocken- 
spiel) 9m (both on Time 58001) 
Kontakte (electronic work) (DGG 138 811) 35m 

11:45 Frank Lloyd Wright: ARCHITECT FOR AMERICA 

A montage, including a reading of Lewis Mum- 
ford's tribute, 'In Memoriam, 1869-1959,' and a 
seminar with Wright at the University of Califor- 
nia in 1957 (KPFA). 

1:15 NUCLEAR DISASTER Dr. Tom Stonier and Chris 
Koch. Sept. 28 

1:35 JOHN WHITING An appreciation by Christ- 
opher Fry (BBC) . 
2:00 JAZZ with Mort Perry and Jeanne Phillips. 

4:00 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET Another in 
the series of programs on the New York Stock 
Exchange produced for WBAI by William Kent. 
Oct. 5 

4:30 BACK FROM THE CORPS An interview with the 

Peace Corps' oldest returnee. Oct. 1 

5:00 HINDEMITH AND BACH Solo cello works by 
two German contrapuntalists. Oct. 8 
HINDEMITH Sonata for Unaccompanied Cello 

(Lustgarten) (La Jolla AC 101) 10m 
BACH Suite No. 6 in D for Solo Cello (Fournier) 
(Arc 3188) 27m 

5:40 MUSIC BY LEIF SEGERSTAM A brief recital of 
music by the young Finnish conductor-composer 
on private recordings. Mr. Segerstam plays the 
viola in the Divertimento and accompanies in 
the songs. Oct. 8 
Divertimento for String Quartet (1962) (Haapa- 

nen, Piipponen, violins; Segerstam, viola; Val- 

sta, cello) 12m 
Three Swedish Songs (Marianne Segerstam, 

mezzo-soprano ; Leif Segerstam, piano) 8m 

6:00 WIGAN TO ROME The story of a holiday coach 
which is going from Lancashire to the Continent 
(BBC). Sept. 28 

7:00 OLD JAZZ with Chris Albertson. 

8:00 WAY BEYOND THE WEST Insight and Ecstasy 
Philosophy by Alan Watts. Oct. 6 

8:30 THE GRASS BLADE JUNGLE Spiders. Oct. 5 

9:00 NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY CONCERT 

A concert of instrumental music performed by 
students at the Conservatory, which took place at 
Jordan Hall on February 5, 1964. Oct. 5 
KRENEK Sonatina for Flute and Clarinet 
VILLA LOBOS Chorus No. 2 for Flute and Clarinet 
LAMB Flute Sonata 

BEETHOVEN Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano 
MOZART Concerto for Flute and Orchestra, K.313 

10:25 THERE ARE CRIMES AND CRIMES A comedy by 
August Strindberg, adapted by Max Faber, and 
produced by the BBC World Theatre. Starring 
Joan Greenwood, Kenneth Griffith, and Nigel 
Stock. Oct. 7 



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12:00 FOLK MUSIC 

1:00 IN-SIDE We have had to omit the 3:30 SIGN- 
OFF, because sometimes Uncle Chris goes so far 
out that the program lasts until 8:C0 o'clock 
Sunday morning. Who knows? (Don Calfa assists.) 

SUNDAY, October 4 

8:00 *WAGNER, SCHUMANN AND MAHLER Three 
vocal-orchestral works, all on Vox STPL 512.320, 
with the Innsbruck Symphony and Chorus under 
Robert Wagner. Oct. 1 
WAGNER Wesendonk Lieder (Moreira, contralto) 

19m 
SCHUMANN Reguiem for Mignon, Op. 98b 
(Mathis, Lehnert, sopranos; Moreira, contralto; 
Witte, Waldbauer, alto ; Titze, bass) 13m 
MAHLER Ruckert Lieder (Moreira, contralto) 19m 

8:55 VIOLIN, PIANO AND PERCUSSION Oct. 1 
COWELL Homage to Iran (1959) (Avikian, violin,- 

Andrews, piano; Bahar, Persian drum) (CRI 

173) 13m 
SHAPEY Evocation (Raimondi, violin; Wyner, 

piano,- Price, percussion) (CRI 141) 18m 

9:30 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC John Amis talks to 
Leopold Stokowski about his controversial musi- 
cal taste and showmanship. Sept. 29 

10:00 Rachel Carson: A MEMORIAL APPRECIATION 

of the biologist and author. Oct. 2 
10:45 HE WAS A MAN OF PRINCIPLE A satire on 
General Edwin A. Walker, from the December, 
1961, issue of the New Republic. Sept. 28 
11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC Leonard Altman. Oct. 2 
12:00 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSCAR: Part I 
First of a two-part recording of the Dublin-Gate 
Theatre Production of 'an Entertainment on the 
Life and Works of Oscar Wilde.' Oct. 1 
1:00 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvary discusses the 
"decline" of opera in Italy and the Italian opera 
scene in general with Peter Dragadze, contribut- 
ing music critic of Time magazine. Oct. 7 
1:45 *A NEW BORIS GODUNOV Recorded in Mos- 
cow, this Bolshoi Theatre production of the 
Moussorgsky Opera features the American bass 
George London with the soloists, chorus and 
orchestra of the State Academic Bolshoi Theatre 
of the USSR conducted by Alexander Melik- 
Pashaev. Oct. 7 
Boris Godunov George London, bass 

Xenia Elisaveta Shumskaya, soprano 

Pimen ' Mark Reshetin, bass 

Grigori and The False Dimitri 

Vladimir Ivanovsky, tenor 
Marina Irina Arkhipova, soprano 

5:00 A SHOW OF FORCE WBAI's one program 
series deliberately dedicated to broadcasting 
against the public interest. Conducted by Richard 
Neuweiler and Bill Alton (and others), nomi- 
nally of, respectively, Monocle magazine nee 
Second City and Second City/The Premise, but 
world famous for their coverage of the Republi- 
can and Democratic conventions this summer on 
WBAI's The Big Tune-Out. Oct. 7 
6:00 AARON KRAMER: House of Buttons The Third 
in this series of programs by Aaron Kramer pre- 
sents the poet in a reading from his book of 
poems, House of Buttons, published jointly this 
year with another volume, Rumshinsky's Hat, by 
Thomas Yoseloff. Oct. 7 



6:30 CHAPEL ROYAL — II Six selections from the 
church music of John Blow, performed by the 
Goldsbrough Orchestra and the Ambrosian 
Singers led by Denis Stephens, with organist 
Geraint Jones (BBC). Oct. 2 

7:00 FROM THE CENTER The Culture Gap in Capital- 
ism Moved from its Wednesday night spot to 
rest permanently (everything permanent is rela- 
tive) on Sundays at this time, this program fea- 
tures a talk by Robert Heilbroner, noted econom- 
ist and author. Oct. 5 

7:45 PRAGUE FESTIVAL, 1964 — II The second of 
three concerts from this year's festival. This one 
was held on May 31, and featured performances 
by the Slovak Chamber Orchestra. Oct. 6 
CORELLI Concerto Grosso in F, Op. 6, No. 6 
JAN ZACH Sinfonia in A 
FRANTISEK VACLAV MICA Sinfonia in D ('The 

Four Elements') 
MAX BUTTING Sonatina for String Orchestra, 

Op. 68 
ALEXANDER MOYZES Symphonietta Giocosa 

8:55 IRELAND AND ITS THEATRE IN THE 'TROUBLES' 

Colin Edwards talks with Professor Walter Starkie 
of Trinity College, Dublin, a former director of 
the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, about the Irish Re- 
bellion and of the role of theatre people and 
playwrights in that rebellion (KPFA). Oct. 6 

10:20 THE BROADSHEET BALLADEER John Foreman, 
self-elected 'Broadsheet King,' sings and sells 
printed copies of his songs all over London. In 
this interview with Mike Tigar, Mr. Foreman dis- 
cusses the duties of a broadsheet singer and 
sings several of his songs (Archives) Oct. 6 

11:00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ Martin Williams presents 
'What is cool jazz?' Part 3. 

12:00 SIGN-OFF 



MONDAY, October 5 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Schubert's 'Hirt auf dem 
Felsen,' and Vaughan Williams' Job, a Masgue 
for Dancing. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 BYRD AND BACH The former played by Lady 
Jeans, virginalist, the latter by violinist Rolph 
Schroeder — using the Curved Bow. Details on 
Oct. 9 

9:15 THE GOON SHOW The Jet-Propellant Guided 
Naafi Oct. 2 

9:45 FROM THE CENTER The Culture Gap in Capital- 
ism A talk by Robert Heilbroner. Oct. 4 

10:30 BRITTEN ON BRIDGE Frank Bridge's theme 
Three Idylls' is followed by his pupil Benjamin 
Britten's 'Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge.' 
Oct. 2 

11:15 THE GRASS BLADE JUNGLE Spiders. Oct. 3 

11:45 WHY READ POETRY? A talk by poet Evelyn 
Ames (Archives). Oct. 9 

12:15 'BEETHOVEN CHAMBER MUSIC On a new re- 
lease: his Trio in C, Op. 87, for two oboes and 
English horn, and his Sextet. Details on Oct. 6 
1:00 DOCTOR THORNE Episode nine. 

1:30 NUTRITION A second look at dieting allow- 
ances by Dr. Marshall Deutsch. Oct. 2 

2:00 MISCELLANY 

2:15 THE LONG, LONG TRAIL Soldiers' songs of 
the First World War, devised and produced by 



some highlights in 

PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS Mandel 

7:15 p.m., Sept. 28 

REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS Potts 

7:15 p.m., Oct. 5 

HE WAS A MAN OF PRINCIPLE Satire 

8:50 p.m., Sept. 28 

REMEMBER RADIO 
Series of nine programs 

Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. 

Rachael Carson MEMORIAL APPRECIATION 

8:00 p.m., Oct. 2 

POLTERGEIST OR MASS ILLUSION 

8:15 p.m., Oct. 7 



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who made her film debut in The Interns and who 
recently performed in The New Interns. Oct. 8 

9:15 ART FORUM The Education of the Artist, a sub- 
ject which provokes widely disparate suggestions. 
Mercedes Matter, painter and teacher at the 
newly formed New York Studio School, David 
Manzella, painter and teacher, and Marc Zimet- 
baum, will be among the panelists who discuss 
their ideas with Bruce Glaser, moderator. Oct. 7 

10:15 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET Prepared for 
WBAI by William Kent. Oct. 3 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 NUCLEAR DISASTER The somatic effects of nu- 
clear war are the subject of this talk between 
Chris Koch and Dr. Tom Stonier, on Dr. Stonier's 
Book, Nuclear Disaster (Meridian). Oct. 6 

11:30 'PASTORAL BALLET BY RAMEAU The Enchanted 
Flowers' (La Guirlande) is heard in a new 
Nonesuch release (H 1023) with soprano Claudie 
Saneva heard as the shepherdess Zelide, and 
tenor Jean-Jacgues Lesueur as the shepherd 
Mirtil, and the Elisabeth Brasseur Chorus and 
Versailles Chamber Orchestra under Bernard 
Wahl. The ballet is preceded by one of Ram- 
eau's 'Pieces de Clavecin en Concert.' Oct. 8 

12:30 COUNTRY MUSIC Tom Whitmore plays South- 
ern, bluegrass and some 'hillbilly' music. Oct. 8 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 



Charles Chilton; presented by Bud Flanagan 
(BBC). Oct. 11 

3:15 NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY CONCERT 

A concert of instrumental music performed by 

students at the Conservatory, which took place 

Oct. 3. 

KRENEK Sonatina for Flute and Clarinet 

VILLA LOBOS Choros No. 2 for Flute and Clarinet 

LAMB Flute Sonata 

BEETHOVEN Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano 

MOZART Concerto for Flute and Orchestra, K.313 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 

5:45 JAZZ ARCHIVES Phil Elwood 

6:15 VIOLIN CONCERTOS BY MOZART with Arthur 
Grumiaux and the London Symphony under Colin 
Davis on an imported Philips disc (A 02253L) . 
Violin concerto in Bfc (KV 207) 19m 
Violin Concerto in D (KV 218) 23m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS Potts Another 
in the series prepared by WBAI's News Editor, 
Robert Potts. Oct. 6 

7:30 A MAN IS NOT A THING Democracy Sixth in 
a series of nine interviews with Erich Fromm. 
Oct. 6 

8:00 JAPANESE MUSIC DRAMA 'Ondine,' the win- 
ner of the 1960 'Italia Prize,' with music by Akira 
Miyoshi and poems by Eriko Kishida features a 
Western orchestra, Ondes Martenot, and elec- 
tronic effects. The narrator is Yasue Yamamoto, 
and Hiroko Koda plays Ondine, with a large 
cast and chorus conducted by Tadashi Mori. 
Oct. 8 

8:50 ACTING AND HOLLYWOOD Art Seidelman 
talks with Stephanie Powers, Hollywood actress 



TUESDAY, October 6 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Honegger's Chant de 
Joie, Bach's Fourth Cello Suite, Three Mallarme 
Songs by Ravel, and Britten's Variations and 
Fugue on a Theme of Purcell. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 STRAVINSKY'S SOLDIER'S TALE Histoire du 
Soldat complete. Details Oct. 1 

9:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS Potts Oct. 5 

9:30 WAY BEYOND THE WEST Insight and Ecstasy 
Philosophy discussed by Alan Watts. Oct. 3 

10:00 THE BROADSHEET BALLADEER John Foreman, 
self-elected 'Broadsheet King,' talks with Mike 
Tigar and sings a few of his songs (Archives). 
Oct. 4 

10:35 THE UNASHAMED ACCOMPANIST Gerald 
Moore expounds the art of musical accompani- 
ment with examples demonstrating some of its 
subtleties and some inimitable anecdotes (Angel 
35262) . Oct. 3 

11 :40 IRELAND AND ITS THEATRE IN THE 'TROUBLES' 

Colin Edwards talks with Professor Walter Starkie 
about the role of the playwright in the Irish Re 
bellion. Oct. 4 

1:00 DOCTOR THORNE Episode ten. 

1:30 A MAN IS NOT A THING Democracy Erich 
Fromm. Oct. 5 

2:00 MASSENET'S PIANO CONCERTO IN E\, He 

did write one — and, as one would expect, the 
soloist has more than a little to say in it. Sondra 
Bianca is the pianist, with Hans-Jurgen Walther 
conducting the Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra 
on MGM E3178. Oct. 7 



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2:30 THE REALM OF PERHAPS A program about Sci- 
ence Fiction, with views by the men who write it 
(BBC). 

3:00 NUCLEAR DISASTER Chris Koch and Dr. Tom 
Stonier. Oct. 5 

3:20 MISCELLANY 

3:35 PRAGUE FESTIVAL, 1964 — II The second of 
three concerts featuring the Slovak Chamber 
Orchestra performing works by Corelli, Zach, 
Vaclav Mica, Butting and Moyzes. Details on 
Oct. 4 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 

5:45 GOLDEN VOICES Anthony Boucher 

6:15 'BEETHOVEN CHAMBER MUSIC On a new re- 
lease (Nonesuch H 1025). Oct. 5 
Trio in C, Op. 87 (Casier and Francois, oboes,- 

Baudo, English horn) 20m 
Sextet in E^, Op. 71 (Boutard and Druard, 
clarinets; Faisandier and Dhellemmes, bas- 
soons,- Berges and Barboteu, horns) 21m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 OPINION Hallock Hoffman, Director of the 
Study of Political Affairs at the Center for the 
Study of Democratic Institutions. Oct. 7 

7:30 REMEMBER RADIO: Part two The second in a 
reminiscent series on the history of radio. In 
this program, the Voice of Firestone, Will Rogers, 
Kate Smith, Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythms, 
Jack Benny, and George Burns and Gracie 
Allen. The series was produced by Leslie Darren 
of WGBH in Boston. Oct. 8 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller and music from 1935 to 1936. Oct. 9 
WEBERN Das Augenlicht 
BARTOK Music for Strings, Percussion and 

Celesta 
REVUELTAS Hommage a Lorca 

9:00 MISCELLANY 

9:15 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs 
of immediacy which arrive too late for regular 
listing in the Folio. Oct. 9 

10:15 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

Oct. 9 

10:30 AT THE DROP OF A STETSON Michael Flanders 
and Donald Swann discuss their two-man revue 
with Sidney Carter (BBC). 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 THE MENGELBERG ERA XIII Thirteenth in a 
series of fourteen programs. There is no late 
Mengelberg-conducted version of Brahms' Third 
Symphony, so Bill Malloch resurrects an early 
Columbia 78. Malloch also catches the Dutchman 
scribbling in the score again, but he points out 
that Toscanini did it, too. Oct. 8 

11:45 AFTER THE NAZIS CAME TO POWER Four 
German Jewish refugees recall for Byron Bryant 
their lives from 1933 to the time of their escape 
or commitment to concentration camps (Archives) . 
Oct. 8 

12:45 WHEN CULTURES MEET Iran, The Bridge Be- 
tween Europe and Asia Sept. 29 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 



WEDNESDAY, October 7 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Berlioz' 'Cleopatre' 
sung by Jennie Tourel and Schubert's 'Trout' 
Quintet. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 MASSENET'S PIANO CONCERTO IN E He did 

write one — and, as one would expect, the soloist 
has more than a little to say in it. For details, 
see Oct. 6 

8:45: OPINION Hallock Hoffman. Oct. 6 

9:00 *A NEW BORIS GODUNOV Recorded in Mos- 
cow, this Bolshoi Theatre production of the 
Moussorgsky Opera features the American bass 
George London os Boris, with soloists, chorus and 
orchestra of the State Academic Bolshoi Theatre 
of the USSR under Alexander Melik-Pashaev. For 
cast details, see Oct. 4 

12:15 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvary discusses the 
"decline" of opera in Italy and the Italian opera 
scene in general with Peter Dragadze, contribut- 
ing music critic of Time magazine. Oct. 4 

1:00 DOCTOR THORNE Episode eleven. 

1:20 BELGIAN FESTIVALS, 1963 Hainaut Works by 
Andre-Modeste Gretry and Jean Absil. Details on 
Oct. 8 

2:00 ART FORUM The Education of the Artist A panel 
discussion on this subject, moderated by Bruce 
Glaser. Oct. 5 

3:00 MISCELLANY 

3:15 THERE ARE CRIMES AND CRIMES A comedy 
by August Strindberg, adapted by Max Faber, 
and produced by the BBC World Theatre. Oct. 3 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 
5:45 *BACH INVENTIONS The two and three part 
inventions and sinfonias are performed, in a 
new release, by pianist Glenn Gould (Col ML 
6022) . Sept. 28 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Betty Pilkington 
analyzes some turns in U.N. affairs usually 
ignored by the mass media. Oct. 8 

7:30 THE JUILLIARD QUARTET plays music by Berg 
and Valen. Oct. 2 
FARTEIN VALEN String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13 

(Argo RG 81) 13m 
ALBAN BERG Lyric Suite (1926) (Vic LM 2531) 29m 

8:15 POLTERGEIST OR MASS ILLUSION Between 
June 5th and June 26th, 1964, so many peculiar 
events occurred at 1904 Franklin Street, Oakland, 
California, that they attracted international in- 
terest as a possible case of poltergeist phenom- 
ena. This is a documentary on the case, produced 
by skeptic Colin D. Edwards (KPFA) . Oct. 11 

9:15 A SHOW OF FORCE Conducted by Rich'd C. 
Neuweiler and Bill Alton (and others). For com- 
plete details, see 5:00 p.m., Oct. 4 

10:15 AARON KRAMER: House of Buttons The Poet 
reads from his recently published book of poems. 
Oct. 4 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 PRAGUE FESTIVAL, 1964 The last of three pro- 
grams, held June 2, 1964. The Prague Municipal 
Symphony is under Walter Susskind's direction 
with piano soloist Sura Cherkassky. Oct. 9 



some highlights in 

DRAMA AND 
LITERATURE 

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSCAR 

Part I: 8:00 p.m., Oct. 1 
Part II: 8:00 p.m., Oct. 8 

Strindberg's THERE ARE CRIMES AND CRIMES 

10:25 p.m., Oct 3 

BLACK MASS 

Fridays at Midnight 

IRELAND AND ITS THEATRE 

10:25 p.m., Oct. 3 

John Gay's THE BEGGAR'S OPERA 

10:25 p.m., Oct. 10 

NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND 

8:55 p.m., Oct. 11 



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DVORAK Otello Overture, Op. 93 

BACH Concerto in d for Piano and Orchestra 

SHOSTAKOVICH Concerto for Piano, Trumpet 

and Strings 
OSKAR MORAWETZ Funeral Music 
PROKOFIEV Suite from the ballet 'Romeo and 

Juliet' 

12:45 WHEN CULTURES MEET Byzantium and the 
Dark Ages The second in this series of four — this 
one discussed by John Bowie (BBC). Oct. 8 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 



THURSDAY, October 8 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT A Barogue guitar suite 
by de Visee, Four Motets by Poulenc, Haydn's 
Sixth Symphony in D ('Le Matin'), and Stravin- 
sky's Duo Concertant, for violin and piano. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 *PASTORAL BALLET BY RAMEAU The Enchanted 
Flowers' (La Guirlande) is heard in a new None- 
such release (H 1023), preceded by one of the 
composer's Pieces de Clavecin en Concert.' De- 
tails on Oct. 5 

9:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Betty Pilkington. 
Oct. 7 

9:30 JAPANESE MUSIC DRAMA Ondine', the win- 
ner of the 1960 'Italia Prize', with music by Akira 
Miyoshi and poems by Eriko Kishida, features a 
Western orchestra, Ondes Martenot, and elec- 
tronic effects in addition to a narrator and large 
vocal cast. Details on Oct. 5 



10:20 ACTING AND HOLLYWOOD Art Seidelman 
talks with actress Stephanie Powers. Oct. 5 

10:40 AFTER THE NAZIS CAME TO POWER Four Ger- 
man Jewish refugees talk with Byron Bryant. 
Oct 6 

11:40 THE MENGELBERG ERA XIII Thirteenth in a 
series of fourteen programs, this program con- 
tinues a Brahms-Symphony cycle with a perform- 
ance of Brahms' Third Symphony. For details see 
Oct. 6 

12:25 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TODAY A lecture by 
Gardner B. Moment of Goucher (Archives). 
Oct. 9 

1:00 DOCTOR THORNE Episode twelve. 

1:30 HINDEMITH AND BACH Solo cello works by 
the two German contrapuntalists. Details on 
Oct. 3 

2:10 MUSIC BY LEIF SEGERSTAM His Divertimento 
for Sfring Quartet and Three Swedish Songs, both 
written in 1962. Details on Oct. 3 

2:30 WHEN CULTURES MEET Byzantium and the Dark 
Ages Oct. 7 

2:45 THE ONE DOLLAR FORGERY The story of the 
Old Eight-Eighty, the counterfeiter, by J. Mac- 
Laren-Ross, based on the New Yorker articles by 
St. Clair McKelway. Oct. 1 

3:45 COUNTRY MUSIC with Tom Whitmore, Oct. 5 

4:15 REMEMBER RADIO Part two The second in a 
reminiscent series on the history of radio. For 
complete details, see 7:30 p.m., Oct. 6 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 

5:45 'VIVALDI CONCERTOS Assorted concert! on 

new releases. Sept. 29 

Piccolo Concerto in A (Roger Bourdin, piccolo) 

Concerto for Two Guitars in C (Presti and La- 
goya) 9m 

Violin Concerto in A (Hendel, violin) 9m 

Concerto in D for Two Violins (Hendel and 
Schlupp) 10m 

Concerto for Two Guitars in D (Presti and La- 
goya) 10m 

Concerto in F for Three Violins (Hendel, Schlupp 
and Bunte) 11m (The two-guitar concertos are 
on Mercury MG50380, with Kurt Redel leading 
the Munich Pro-Arte Orchestra,- the others are 
on Nonesuch H 1022, with the Saar Chamber 
Orchestra under Karl Ristenpart) 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Rozanne M. Brooks, 

Chairman of the Department of Sociology at Cort- 
land State Collgee discusses the "never-marrieds, 
ages 30-35" and tells who they are, how they got 
that way, and what they are doing to change 
their status. Oct. 9 

8:00 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSCAR Part II 

The conclusion of this two-part recording of the 
Dublin-Gate Theatre Production of 'an Entertain- 
ment on the Life and Works of Oscar Wilde" (Co- 
lumbia OL 6090), directed by Hilton Edwards, 
with Michael MacLiammoir in the title role. 
Oct. 10 

8:45 BELGIAN FESTIVALS, 1963 Hainaut Oct. 7 

ANDRE-MODESTE GRETRY Concerto for Flute and 



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Orchestra (Chamber Orchestra of Belgian 
Radio & TV/Edgard Doneux) 
JEAN ABSIL Suite Bucoligue, Op. 95 (Soloists of 
Liege/Gery Lemaire) 

9.15 MISCELLANY 

9:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Mahagonny IV The fourth 
installment of the Brecht-Weill opera in the pro- 
duction recorded by Columbia Records. For com- 
plete cast details, refer to October 1 at 9:30 p.m. 
Oct. 9 

10:15 NEW BOOKS Reviews of recently published 
books in the realm of literature and drama. 
Oct. 9 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 THE MENGELBERG ERA XIV Last in a series of 
fourteen programs. Mengelberg conducts the 
Concertgebouw Orchestra in a performance of 
Brahms' Fourth Symphony, ending the Brahms- 
Symphony cycle. Oct. 9 

11:45 THE IDEAS IN A DREAM Henry Nash Smith de 
livers the third 1963 Brown and Haley Lecture. 
The lecture, which concerned Mark Twain's A 
Connecticut Yankee, was originally given at the 
University of Puget Sound. Oct. 10 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 



FRIDAY, October 9 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Tallis' 'Lamentations of 
Jeremiah', Easley Blackwood's 'Chamber Sym- 
phony for Fourteen Winds', Haydn's Piano Trio 
No. 4 in E, and Barber's 'Andromache's Fare- 
well.' 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 



8:15 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller and music from 1935 to 1936. Details 
on Oct. 6 

9:15 MISCELLANY 

9:30 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs 
which arrive too late for regular listing. Oct. 6 



BIRNS INTERVIEWS Rozanne Brooks 



10:30 LARRY 

Oct. 8 

11:15 PRAGUE FESTIVAL, 1964 The last of three pro- 
grams features the Prague Municipal Symphony 
under Walter Susskind with piano soloist Sura 
Cherkassy playing works by Dvorak, Bach, Shos- 
takovich, Morawetz and Prokofiev. For details, 
see Oct. 7 

1:00 DOCTOR THORNE The conclusion of the serial- 
ized novel by Anthony Trollope (BBC) 

1:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Mahagonny IV Intro- 
duced by Eric Bentley. Oct. 8 

2:15 THE MENGELBERG ERA XIV Last in a series of 
fourteen programs, this program concludes a 
Brahms-Symphony cycle with a performance of 
Brahms' Fourth Symphony. For details see Oct. 8 

3:00 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TODAY A lecture given 
by Gardner B. Moment of Goucher. Oct. 8 

3:30 CHAPEL ROYAL— III Church music of Thomas 
Tallis. Details, Oct. 10 

4:00 NEW BOOKS Reviews of recent issues. Oct. 8 

4:30 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

Oct. 6 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 

5:45 BYRD AND BACH The former played on the 
virginal, the latter on the violin with a curved 
bow. Oct. 5 

BYRD The Earle of Salisbury Pavane,- The Battell; 
Lord Willobies Welcome Home; The Carmans 
Whistle (Lady Jeans, virginal) (Arc 73201) 24m 




A scene from Richard Strauss's opera, The Love of Danae. 



BACH Partita in D for Unaccompanied Violin 
(Rolph Schroeder, violin, using the Curved 
Bow) (Col ML 4744) 35m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 SPECIAL REPORT 

7:30 THE GOON SHOW The Nadger Plague '. . . The 

dreaded Nadger Plague was described as start- 
ing with a plin of pols after a surfeit of pomfrets, 
and once that happens, well, you're sponned.' 
Oct. 12 

8:00 GREAT PERFORMANCES OF THE CENTURY This 
final program in the series consists of a perform- 
ance of the third act of Wagner's opera Parsifal, 
conducted by Karl Muck. The soloists are Gotthelf 
Pistor, tenor,- Ludwig Hoffmann, bass; and Cor- 
nelis Bronsgeest, baritone (Vic. M 67). Oct. 10 

9:00 MISCELLANY 

9:10 ROBERT FROST in conversation on poetry with 
C. Day-Lewis, recorded in 1957 (BBC). Oct. 10 

9:25 THE CONCERT WORLD In this last of three pro- 
grams, Norman Singer, Director of the Hunter 
College Concert Bureau, talks with three people 
concerned with the education of young concert 
audiences: Carol Morse, director of a group 
called 'Young Audiences', Siegfried Landau, con- 
ductor of the Brooklyn Philharmonia, and flutist 
Samuel Baron, a member of the New York Wood- 
wind Quintet. Oct. 12 

10:15 THE SCIENCE CRITIC Encyclopedias and the 
Truth discussed by Dr. Marshall Deutsch. Oct. 12 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC features seldom played 
pieces of music and commentary by Leonard Alt- 
man. Oct. 11 

12:00 BLACK MASS Thomas Mann's short story, 'Dis- 
illusionment,' is read by Eric Bauersfeld 

12:30 WHY READ POETRY? A talk by poet Evelyn 
Ames. Oct. 5 

1:00 MUSIC FOR THE LATE NIGHT LISTENER The 

major work tonight will be the Bach B Minor 
Mass, recorded about 1930 by the London Sym- 
phony Orchestra and Philharmonic Choir under the 
direction of Albert Coates (Vic M 104). 

3:30 SIGN-OFF 



SATURDAY, October 10 

8:00 'SONATAS BY ZELENKA Three Sonatas for Two 
Oboes, Bassoon and Continuo (1723) are per- 
formed by oboists Ray Toubman and Wilfred 
Burkle, and bassoonist John Miller, with a con- 
tinuo composed of harpsichordist Daniel Pink- 
ham, bassoonist David Carrol and cellist Olivia 
Toubman ( Cambridge CRM 814) . Sept. 28 

8:55 ORCHESTRAL MUSIC BY ROUSSEL The Spider's 
Feast 16M ; The Sandman 19m. (Both Paris Phil. 
Leibowitz on Esoteric ES 511) 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 13 

10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty 

10:45 GREAT PERFORMANCES OF THE CENTURY This 
is the final program of the series. The third act 
of Wagner's opera Parsifal is performed by solo- 



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PROGRAMS FOR 
YOUNG PEOPLE 



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5:45 P.M. 



MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 

"Bluey From Down Under" — continuing the story 

written and read by Irene Hilton — Part Six 
A Signpost to Some Animals Down Under 
The Tomb Robbers — a BBC story from World 

History 
How the Tongans Came to Fiji — read by Jean 

Rubin 
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 
Bluey — Part Seven 
The Grass Blade Jungle — another in the BBC 

series mainly about insects — today: Spiders 
"The Travels of Babar" — Fredi Dundee reads the 

story by Jean de Brunhoff 
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 
Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weerasinghe 
Bluey — Part Eight 

David Marks reads Many Moons by James Thurber 
Pete Seeger Sings 
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 
Bluey — Part Nine 

Unobathakathi — Part One of a play set in Zululand 
Songs for Children — Peggy Seeger, Jean Ritchie, 

Tossi Aaron and others 
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 
Bluey — Part Ten (concluded next week) 
Unobathakathi — Conclusion 
Woody Guthrie Sings 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 9:30-10:30 a.m. 
A Journey to the Centre of the Earth — Parts One 

and Two in the BBC adaptation of Jules Verne's 

story. More next Saturday 
MONDAY, OCTOBER 5 
Bluey — Part Eleven 
A Signpost to a Whiskered Friend 
The Voyage of Wenamun — another BBC World 

History program 
Josephine Gardner tells the story of Ali Baba 
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6 
Bluey — Part Twelve 
The Grass Blade Jungle — Flies 
Sometime- Anytime 
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 
Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weerasinghe 
Bluey — Part Thirteen 
"The Adventures of Moominpapa" — Part One of 

the story by Tove Jansson, produced at WBAI by 

Baird Searles. 
Mother Goose 
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8 
Bluey — Part Fourteen 
Moominpapa — Part Two 
Vivien \eigh reads The Tale of Benjamin Bunny by 

Beatrix Potter 
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 
Bluey From Down Under — Conclusion 
Moominpapa — Part Three — continued next week 
A Fidgety Frolic with Jim Copp and Ed Brown 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 9-30-10:30 a.m. 
A Journey to the Centre of the Earth — Parts Three 

and Four — continued next week 



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ists and the Berlin State Opera Orchestra and 
Chorus under the direction of Karl Muck. Oct. 9 

11:45 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSCAR Part II 

The conclusion of this two-part recording of the 



Dublin-Gate Theatre Production. Details at 8:00 
p.m. on Oct. 8 

12:30 CHAPEL ROYAL — III Anthems and hymns of 
Thomas Ta His (1505 1585), musician of the Tudor 
Chapel Royal. The Choir of Canterbury Cathedral 
performs in Canterbury Cathedral under the di- 
rection of Dr. Douglas Hopkins, who also serves 
as organist (BBC). Oct. 9 

1 =00 AFTER THE PARTY A play about George Belton, 
a wholesale grocer, written by Elizabeth Daw- 
son (BBC) 

2:00 JAZZ with Martin Williams 

4:00 ROBERT FROST in conversation with C. Day- 
Lewis. Oct. 9 

4:15 THE AIR ADVENTURES introduced by Sir Alan 
Cobham. This program includes the voices of 
Amelia Earhart, Douglas ('Wrong-way') Corri- 
gan, and Sir A. W. Brown (BBC). Oct. 2 

4:45 EASTERN-WESTERN MUSIC Works by three 
composers interested in amalgamating Eastern 
ideas and Western methods. Oct. 2 
HARRISON Suite for Violin, Piano and Small Or- 
chestra (Maro Ajemian, piano; Anahid Aje- 
mian, violin with Orch./Stokowski) (CRI 114) 
HOVHANESS 'Khaldis', Concerto for Piano, Four 
Trumpets and Percussion (Chamber Ensemble/ 
Solomon with Masselos, piano) (MGM E3160) 
COWELL Persian Set (Orch./Stokowski) (CRI 
114) 17m 

5:45 THE IDEAS IN A DREAM The third 1963 Brown 
and Haley Lecture, given by Henry Nash Smith. 
Oct. 8 

7:00 NEW JAZZ with Don Heckman 

8:00 WAY BEYOND THE WEST Consciousness and 
Concentration Philosophy discussed by Alan 
Watts. Oct. 13 

8:30 THE GRASS BLADE JUNGLE Oct. 13 

9:00 NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY CONCERT A 

concert of instrumental and vocal works per- 
formed by students at the Conservatory, which 
took place in Jordan Hall on October 23, 1963. 
Oct. 12 
BEETHOVEN Duet No. 3 for Clarinet and Bassoon; 

Sonata No. 3 in A for Cello and Piano 
MOZART Aria "Parto! Ma tu ben mio" from 'La 

Clemenza di Tito' for soprano and clarinet 

obbligato 
BRAHMS Sonata in G, Op. 78, for Violin and 

Piano 

10:25 THE BEGGAR'S OPERA A ballad-play by John 
Gay (1685-1732), with the traditional ballads 
newly arranged by Christopher Whelen ; pro- 
duced by the BBC World Theatre; and adapted 
by Raymond Raikes (BBC). Oct. 14 

12:00 FOLK MUSIC 

1:00 INSIDE Chris Albertson's open-ended pro- 
gram which includes the Adventures of Gamma 
Globulin, commercials by Fred Nerdley, music, 
and whatever else occurs to Uncle Chris. (Don 
Calfa aids.) 



SUNDAY, October 1 1 

:00 BACH'S GOLDBERG VARIATIONS performed 
by pianist Bernard Gabriel in a private record- 
ing. Oct. 1 



8:40 SAXOPHONE AND STRINGS Two 20th century 
Sax Quintets performed by Cecil Leeson and the 
Lyric Arts Quartet on Enchante EN 1001. Sept. 29 
LEON STEIN Quintet for Saxophone and String 

Quartet 20m 
EDVARD MORITZ Quintet for Saxophone and 

Strings, Op. 99 27m 

9:30 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC Cyril Cusack reads 
from the musical criticism of George Bernard 
Shaw who, as 'Corni di Bassetto', for eight years 
excoriated the musical names of the day in his 
weekly column. 

10:00 THE LONG, LONG TRAIL Soldiers' songs of 
the First World War, devised and produced by 
Charles Chilton. Oct. 5 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC Leonard Altman. Oct. 9 

12:00 POLTERGEIST OR MASS ILLUSION A docu- 
mentary on the peculiar happenings at 1904 
Franklin Street, Oakland, California, produced 
by skeptic Colin D. Edwards. Oct. 7 

1:00 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvary's guest is com- 
poser, musicologist and critic Everet Helm, who 
discusses his views on the European Operatic 
Scene. Oct. 14 

1:45 STRAUSS FESTIVAL Dr. A. F. R. Lawrence's 
series on the operatic works of Richard Strauss 
ends with Die Liebe der Danae (Opus 83). This 
work, written between 1938 and 1940, is performed 
by members of the University of Southern Cali- 
fornia Opera Theater conducted by Walter Du- 
cloux. The cast includes Genevieve Weide, 
George Gibson, Gene Allen and Richard Richard- 
son. It is sung in the Dennis Wakeling English 
translation of the Hofmannsthal-Gregor original. 
Dr. Ducloux provides an introduction and plot 
synopsis of the work. Oct. 14 

5:00 A SHOW OF FORCE WBAI's one program 
series deliberately dedicated to broadcasting 
against the public interest. Conducted by Richard 
Neuweiler and Bill Alton with a supporting cast 
of thousands. Oct. 14 

6:00 AARON KRAMER: Rumshinsky's Hat For the 

fourth in this series of programs, Aaron Kramer 



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reads from the latest volume of his poems, Rum- 
shinsky's Hat, published this year by Thomas 
Yoseloff. Oct. 14 

6:35 CHAPEL ROYAL — IV Church music of Orlando 
Gibbons (1583-1625) ; music for Choir, Viols and 
Organ, performed by the Choir of Christ Church 
Cathedral, conducted by Dr. Thomas Armstrong, 
and The London Consort of Viols. Dr. Armstrong 
also plays the organ and the program is intro- 
duced by musicologist Denis Stephens (BBC) 
Oct. 13 

7:05 FROM THE CENTER The Quantitative Society A 

staff discussion at the Center for the Study of 
Democratic Institutions about a publication by 
John Wilkinson, Professor of Philosophy. In the 
publication, Mr. Wilkinson suggests we may soon 
need the same sort of sanctuaries for humans as 
we now have for whooping cranes. Oct. 12 

8:05 CARL MATTHES IN RECITAL The young Los 
Angeles pianist is heard in a specially recorded 
concert (KPFK). Oct. 12 
BACH English Suite No. 3 in G 
MOZART Fantasia in C, K. 394 
PISTON Passacaglia 
CHOPIN Ballade in F ; Nocturne in B^ 
COPLAND Piano Variations 

8:55 NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND We are re- 
running this recording, originally broadcast in 
June, by reguest. Morris Carnovsky reads selec- 
tions from Dostoevsky's philosophical fantasy, 
translated by Constance Garnett and published 
in White Nights and Other Stories (Lively Arts 
30008). Oct. 13 

9:40 KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN: His UCLA Lecture, 
including many examples of his own works — both 
electronic and instrumental. Oct. 13 

11:00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ Dan Morgenstern presents 
'Neglected Masterpieces.' 



12:00 SIGN-OFF 



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